She is Evangelist Funmilayo Adebayo. She is the founder of Rapture Proclaimer Evangelical Church of God.
She has gained popularity recently from being the main actor in short video clips centered on Hell Fire themes. She is also the main attraction of trending Hell Fire memes online.
She says those behind the trending Mummy G.O hellfire memes have sent gunmen after her.
She said they have been after her for about eight years now and just recently decided to make use of social media to disgrace her.
The Evangelist spoke to BBC Pidgin. She said they are angry because her messages are pulling their church members away from them and to her own church.
She addressed some of the quotes attributed to her in several Mummy G.O memes and videos which have gone viral on social media.
Asked to state why her message is always centred on heaven and hellfire, she said, “My message is to ensure that people make heaven. I want them to avoid things that will prevent them from making heaven, things that will send them to hellfire. My message also prepares people for the rapture because Jesus is coming back, whether people believe it or not. Apart from the message I deliver, God is doing healings and miracles as we get testimonies from all over the world.”
On if she feels bad about being called Mummy G.O, she said, “I don’t feel bad about being called Mummy G.O. Why should I feel bad? Many never knew I existed until they were told many bad things about me, but the wise among them will want to know the truth, from there they will know the real me.
“90 per cent of them don’t know me. They are just flexing on social media to flow with the trend. They don’t even know the reason behind the trend. There’s too much stress in this country, so people are easily carried away by anything that will make them laugh. They don’t know that those who started the trend did so to create a scandal. Some didn’t even know I truly exist, they thought it was all a joke. They are not my enemies, they don’t hate me nor do I hate them.”